Nanomaterials future ban – important update

Nanomaterials future ban: the draft EU Regulation related to the ban of some nanomaterial ingredients in cosmetics described in IL-093 has been updated. The following changes have been included: We remind you that below ingredients are still into the draft EU regulation and remain into the list of ingredients to be banned: The adoption of […]

US Agent & Responsible Person under MoCRA

Responsible Person & US Agent under MoCRA US Agent: On December 29th, 2022, the most significant amendment to cosmetic requirements (21 U.S.C., Sec. 321-392) since 1938 was enacted. Under MoCRA, it becomes mandatory to have a Responsible Person designated for each cosmetic product placed on the US market. The Responsible Person can be the manufacturer, packager, or […]


The Modernization of the Cosmetics Regulation Act 2022 (MoCRA) On December 29th, 2022, the most significant to cosmetic requirements (21 U.S.C., Sec. 321-392) since 1938 was enacted. This new piece of legislation introduces new obligations for the cosmetics industry, and we anticipate a substantial impact for cosmetic brands distributing in the USA.  Beyond new regulatory provisions, MoCRA […]

Omnibus VI Regulation

The European Commission notified to the World Trade Organization (WTO) the cosmetic regulation project so-called “Omnibus VI” on November 17th, 2022. The draft is open for comments until the 16th of January 2023. We don’t expect any modification of the regulatory text at this stage.This OMNIBUS VI regulation incorporate substances classified CMR by the regulation […]

Extension of transition period for cosmetics in the UK

The initial transition period established by the Government of the United Kingdom about UKCA marking and labeling has been extended. Extension of transition period: on the 14th of November 2022, the Government placed legislation before Parliament extending the transition period for UKCA marking until 31 December 2024 and the provisions for UKCA labeling, importer information, […]

Create a cosmetic label suitable for multiple countries

Navigating cosmetics European and International Markets To create a cosmetic label suitable for multiple countries can be a challenging task due to varying regulations and languages. BIORIUS, an expert in cosmetic regulations, has assisted numerous brands in selling their products worldwide. Compliance with packaging requirements, especially in the European Union (EU), United Kingdom (UK), and […]

Cosmetics post-market surveillance in Europe and the USA

Post-market surveillance refers to a surveillance system registering undesirable effects, serious or not, linked to the use of a cosmetic product. The issue generally occurs within the scope of a normal or reasonably foreseeable utilisation of a cosmetic, or in the case of a potential misuse. In Europe and the USA, this process is mandatory […]